You don't have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great

In my college years, I got involved with a public speaking club and since then, I have found myself competing and speaking on numerous international stages. These exhilarating experiences helped me find my ‘Why?’ and inspired me to share my stories with others. When I asked my friends and colleagues to describe me in 3 words, they said: an authentic, energetic and inspiring storyteller. Very kind of them. But in fact, these are precisely the attributes I bring to my keynote speeches to talk about topics that affect every one of us. And I love what I do.

Should employers hire ex-convicts?

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